This article discusses ways to make getting criticism feel more productive and less personal.
Changes went into effect in February to ease the burden for smaller businesses seeking relief through the bankruptcy process.
Leaders should understand not only how to provide effective feedback but how to receive it as well.
This article explores the reasons firms should move to remote work management on an ongoing basis and why resisting remote work and service delivery can place a firm at a competitive disadvantage.
A CPA discusses how best to present additional services to tax clients without coming off as pushy or aggressive.
An expert outlines three of the top external cyberthreats accounting firms face and provides pointers on how to reduce a firm’s risk of becoming a victim.
This article discusses ways to reduce--or even eliminate--the downward spiral of burnout.
This slideshow features 12 original vanity plates coined by CPAs nationwide.
CPAs share advice and recipes for shareable dishes.
CPA couples describe how they met, how (in some cases) they work together, and what advice they would give to new CPA duos starting out.
Empowered flexibility can help firms retain the talent, of both men and women, to be relevant in the future.
New tools offer the promise of making automated machine learning available to organizations that don’t have AI or data analytics experts readily available.
Veteran tax practitioners share ways to take care of yourself and do your best work at crunch time, no matter when that falls on the calendar.
New rules are designed to make health care pricing more transparent, and CPA financial planners could use that information to help clients make more informed decisions.
Human resources experts recommend using this question to help an interviewer get to know you better.